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A rise in cases of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) among children is leaving pediatric hospitals across Canada overwhelmed by the surge of new patients. In addition to RSV, cases of COVID-19 and the flu are also contributing to an increase in viral infections reported among hospitals. This has prompted several health experts to call for mask mandates to be reinstated, particularly in schools.

If you are a parent whose child is sick, we want to hear from you.

Are you struggling to book an appointment with your child’s doctor? Is your pediatrician refusing to see your child if they are sick? Are you having difficulty accessing health care, and has your child’s condition gotten worse as a result?

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